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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MOHN1NG. DECEMBER H,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1873
TERMJ IS iDTlSCE.
luree muuius -t -
W weily Tlireo months..
Addres3 QLOBK l'APKK CO.. i1
confounded. It Is so In nearly every mat- AVnsiitiiBion iioms.
tor that comes before Congress. Every Respect, dignity, and decency are very
counsellor has n kind of wisdom peculiar much needed nt Washington, nnd the
to himself, and the result Is that nothing Is want of these Is owing to tho little denia-
accomplished. The salary bill, the currcn- goges who are eternally pulling everything
cy cpiestlon, the money received under the down to their own level.
Geneva award, tno .Mormon imuroguo, etc, The announcement of tho committee
etc., are left In the samo lulseil up conlU- crcatcd irreat surnrlse aniono- the members.
s to slon, and It Is dllucuh to discover where Thcre arc 80InG of tlic oldcst memiJcr, ,,.
tl m tuo wisiiom comes iu. i.ct u, iur mo BKnca to subordinate nos t tons, w i u com
' country's sake, for tho party s sake ana paratlvcly new members get the best places
iiutiana, vi. fol. their own saues, navo some wisuom out
of our multitude of counsellors, If It Is
Hooper of Massachusetts nnd both Hoars
from that state get ordinary places.
Congress will probably take n holiday ie-
cess from December 10th until January nth,
1801, nnd during that time the Committee
It U considerable of n query who will .visible It not. let them do the next best
take It most to hearts Senator Edmunits, thing, adjourn and go home.
because tho Springfield Urpubltcan stjies
l.l Il...tlt... .n.lnr."nr Oltr IlOriHCrU Tllli 1II3UMSI.1 nkKlun,
cotcmporary which Is called, In the same yyc ,to not propose to continue, In our " Transportation from the wet m the
nniinnnltnn "nn obscure orgini, i i"'" columns, uny uiscussion in roicrcnci: hi iu -
,,, v ,, 'cm UP. character of the Honorable tt) Matthew II. Tho House has constituted a special com
unrpcnier, a senator ot me unucu own:: mi m doiou m uuiisiueriiiu n-pcm m mo
. . . . 1 t '..........a .. . . f tl't I T. 1. n I I t.lnn. 1 il 1 1 n il- n . n nlui 1. j t. ...
ri.nt imi a bright incmuur m v,iini;ii.o3 irom tuc smie oi Wisconsin, n 13 m" oaiv """ " m'i.ii ,nu
who Introduced a bill to prevent, by law, ter with which we do not desire to sully referred
all b.mks, whether state or national, from our cohunus any mvrc than our duty to the such n Mood of bills was liitio.liiccd on
Interest cm deposits. Senator Fcr- public makes It necessary. Some weeks Thursday that General llutlcr limuircd
.... fnr clcnnlmr out the national banks. no, we staled our opinion upon tne mat
. . . . . rt. ,l I . . . I. l.l I... .tnli..nitn.t
while tills Ohio man stakes 111s uuanciai ter, so lar 11s u vmm m irauunuui
. .. i..l an..ltwru l.ntA'a I t.1. ....... II. ..it itto.1i ioil.1L. Wfi
l-'IMltUUOU OH Closing III' niii'i'f .......w. iumi llio fiiuuivt nit ........
Won't some benevolent Western Congress- ,vcre hupca that he would be able to
111. in prohibit any person from receiving 01 ck-nrlits skirts of all suspicion of wrongdo
tilling llileiesl. ing. mis we iicomcu iicccssarjr lor we
honor of his iintivestate, the state he rcpre-
Wiihvotth, Ingersoll and I amngton U,,,,,! n,e Senate, as well as for that of
wcie taken to tne Annum piismi, nw-j tlie counli v. liv, look at 11 n moment,
nl'-ht, nnd are thus finally, shut up away TC j.w m.,P4 m0 mcsldcut pro tempore
h im their friends and the public. Six r iie Senate, President of the United
months ago they were as free as the air. states In cnc of the death, or other dis
Walworth was an Innocent boy, while In- ability, of the Piesldent nnd Vlcc-Prcsl-
;oiMill and Farrington, although know n to jent. Three Presidents and two Ice
be turners and swindlers, were enjoying a Presidents have died In ofllcc. We all
i-ouiparatlvc Immunity from punishment. klimv n,nt it U by a very frail thread that
Vicc-Prcs.deiit ilson hangs on to life.
i- contrast snows ine uiuercuii; unm
New Vork of 1873 nnd that of 1873.
whether It was proper to move a recess In
order that all the members might prcpaie
The auuotiiicenijiit of the standing cum
mlttccs of tiie Senate shows 110 changes iu
important chairmanships. Mr. Edmund-",
of course, remains at the head of the Judi
ciary Committee and Mr. Morrill of the
Committee cm Public Iiiiilding-i mid
Judge Hoar, as was to have been expec
ted, Is already a maiked man in Congies.
He will make marked men of thni; who
are unwise enough to attack him.
ThcJHo(.ton 7erahl says, Congress lias
adopted the sagacious financial policy of
Carolina, Degole of Michigan, Hyncs of
Arkansas, uiark 01 -Missouri, itouninsot
North Carolina, Luttrcll of California.
Private Land Claims Mver of Penn
sylvania. Eamcs of Rhode Island, Ncssloiu
of New York, Harrier of Illinois, Pratt of
lowa, liemlee ol eiinont, l-rceman 01
Georgia, Uriglit of Tennessee, Saylcs of
Ohio, Dewitt of New York, Ihickner of
Naval Affairs Sehulleld of Pennsylva
nia. Gooch ol Mississippi, Hays of Ala
b.inia, Piatt of Ylrglnfa, Packard of In
diana, Scudder of New Yoik, Iluilclgh of
Maine, I'uinianni i-ioriua, Alciieroi .Ma
ryland. Whlteliouic of Tcnnes.ee. l.anilou
Foreign Affairs -Orlh of Indiana, Myeis
of Pcnniylvanla, Wlllard of Vermont, K R
Hoar ol Massachusetts,' Claik of New
York, Ward of New Jersey, Albeit of Ma
ryland. Williams of Wisconsin, Robinson
of Illinois, Cox of New Vork, Hannlng of
Tenlloiies McKceof Mississippi, Cur
tis of Pennsylvania, Williams of Indiana,
Havens of Missouri, Hasklns of New York,
Criiuiu of Nebiaska. Foil of Illinois,
Hyncs of Arknnsis. Sehv maker of New
Yoik, llrown of Kentucky, and Mills of
Revolutionary Pensions Shoemaker of
Pennsylvania, Lansing of New York,
Spragiio of Ohio, Williams of Michigan,
Smith of Louisiana, Crulchlleld of Tennessee-,
Hland of .Missouri, Caldwell of Ala
biuuii, Vance of N01 th Carolina, Rawls of
Invalid Pensions Rusk of Wisconsin,
Wallace of South Carolina, Harry ot Mis
sissippi, Mc.Iuiikln of Pennsylvania, 3Iel
lish of New York, Martin of Illinois, Small
of New Hampshire, Slnergof Virginia,
Young of Kentucky, Crittenden of Missou
ri, nnd O'llricn of Maryland.
Railways and Canals MrCrary ot I nul
lum, G. F. Hoar of Wisconsin, Hiulbut of
Illinois, li.iss ol ew lork, hhcrwooil ot
Ohio, Lewis of Tennessee, Taylor of Pen
nsylvania, smith 01 rcinia, Artnur oi
Kentucky. Wolf of Indiana, Stone of
Mines nnd Mining Lowe of Kansas,
a Kr.x'j'ucitv tii.;i:iv,
A llliiori)- mill tiilnl liicuuntur In
llio HurroilklHirfr Court lluitkc
Miui .Htm riglilliiir lo tlui llriith
'I'lic Klllril mill WnitmlFit.
THE WORLD. 1HTI.
In all human probability, he will not live which Mlcawber was the most illustrious Negley of Pennsylvania, liulllnton of Mas
through his term of otlicc. With the scrole exponent. It has determined to redeem fachusetts, Rusk of lsemislii, nubljcll of
... 1 . r 1 .. . n,-n .ii . .i jllclilgaii, Piigp of Co 1 1 fi ri i in , blieatsol
of history spread out njien before us, and the loan of 1858 by another issue to the Alabama, Lvnch of .Mississippi, Kcndi.U of
Tlie I.ite.-t complication in tlie irguuus
... . l .. c? !..
111 liter Brows out ol me rcciuesi iy opuui,
i,l the icfual by our goeinment, that
t ie vessel .slioiilil lie piaccu in uie ihuscmiiiui
I a neutral power "until her legal status
Is determined." If tills offer had been
made at first, it might have placed a Hit- named shall l- President ol tlie united goumi currency, though it ought not to be
I 'lent complexion upon tlie matter, "saved Mates .' tins is tlie practical ciiesium lor nc.p9aarv to make an argument on tlie de-
tin- honor" of the United States, prevented all to consider. We think the advice of sral)lllty of a sound currency or of honest
trembles in Spain, and not nave placed m the J noune lo i.arpeiuers menus, to tei yardsticks.
I'mchbaek has concluded tli.it prcfeis
knowing the shortness and uncertainty of sameamount. "Thank God!" said Jllcaw
hiimm life, it would not be so passing bcr, when ho had drawn his "I O IT,"
strange t lint General Grant should die prior "there's another debt paid !"
to tlie -Itli of March, 18, . Is the Senate, A cxciange says : Senator .Morrill of
is tlie country, willing tint the Senator Vermont made nn eloquent idea lor a
hands of the loyalists n powerful wea- the mattei drop, was excellent advice, so
l n to be used against the young lcpublic. long as ho did not propose to vindicate
We have, us It Is, no fears but our "honor" himself, and, If it had been followed,
will be piolccted, but how will it be with might have, in a measure, helped the Sena-
lepublican Institutions in Spain?
That's tor's leputation. In the face of tlie evi
dence, which is furnished j notwithstand
ing Washington dispatcher siy " tit. case
" mnnufiitluml for Senator Caipenter is
deemed on nil sides lo be badly dam
aged"; and notwithstanding the Boston
Ailttrther states Unit " Indiscreet friends
" of Carpenter have lieen offering money
" to hire his defense) in tliu newspapers
all this, a Now Y'ork
c li-el authorized to state that llieie is
no truth In the rumor so extensively cir
ciliated about our streets, Saturday and
yesterday that the New Y'ork Tribune
had suspended publication, because u
morning cotcmporary had stated that "to
- the disgrace of journalism in this conn- yet, notwltlntaiidin
" try we have n class of newspapers that paper attempts to make capital out of the
lake delight in inventing cowardly and fact that tlie Tribune does not propose to
dis-nutlug slanders in reference to public continue the discussion. It ventilates it
men for the simple purpose of annoying self In an article headed "Let it Drop,"
' somebody, or to gratify their own nmbi- which is echoed in an original editorial, not
" lion to drag down all others to tlie same qulle a verbatim copy a kind of abstract,
" ck-'raded level with themselves. "Notn- you know-in Vermont. There, is an old
" by at the head of this disreputible brl- and true saying, to the effect, that the least
" ssado stands tlie New York Tribune," said the soonest mended. We legret ex
etc.. etc., ad nauseam. The Tribune will, ceedingly that we :ue compelled lo tako
the Senate. Pinchback is about as w ide
awake a council brother as has yet put In
an appearance in American politic".
Senator Morrill calls attention to the fact
that Mr. Rleliardon and subordinates have
not 'confounded the public piuse with
their own." It is riirht that this should be
said and emphasized.
Congress will be called upon lo idler the
rclatlvu value at which gold and silver are
coined, so ns to make our money conform
to tlie legal relative value lived by those
European nations who use tin- double
we are at liberty to say, hereafter, as beie
toforc, be published both daily, semi
weekly and weekly editions and be fur
nished to its subscribers. We arc, also,
aiithoritively informed that the "Mont
pellcr Argus," ns our cotcmporary styles know it would not lime been by whitewash-
It. "still lives," and that "it will be pub- iS. picvarieation or falsehood.
lislied, this week nnd hereafter, as usual."
We have felt impelled, from a sense of mi.vatoii fi:icKY.s pakacim.
duty, to make this statement, m order to Senator Ferry, of Michigan, lias the floor.
allay the apprehension In the public mind One among tlie many, he has his Infallible
Slitmtliiir Committee of Hie Itnusi-
Tlie speaker on Friday announced the
following standing committees:
Elections Smith of N Y. Thomas of N
C, Hazel toil of Wis, Todd ol I'enn, m:o f Maine. Pierce nt
nf N If. Itnlilnsnn of Oh o. Harrison ot 1 f AT.,r.i.i,,.l
the view wc nave ot the case, but wc imu Term, Hyde of Mo, Spccr of Penn, J.anur yvu f Missouri, I'env
only one of two courses to pursue. We of Miss, Crosland of Ky. iMilllken of Kentucky,
i.i i.i.,.- i .. ..in ..-.n .i. ...,.i. -W.. i wairsanu Cleans iawca in .uiiss, jvl-uv ifMnrm nt i- v ssnrv c-i- ic- ciu-iroi i.on
T'm; 7 ' " , ' ' , of Peiin, Hurchard of III, E II Roberts of nectlcu WilTa of Vermont Woodford
do not believe that our duty ns a journalist N Y) Kas90U of jowa Waldron of Mich, "f New Yoik. Sheats of Alabama, lluil-
would nave uecn iiisLiiargeu ov snence we shell on ot l.a. foster or umo, dock oi i hurt nl I no s. Hut er of Massachusetts.
Ky, Niblack of Ind, Yood ol iN l . Strawbiidgo of Pennsylvania, Wlllard of
Nevada, Koiithanl of Ohio, Harris of
l-'ieediiienfl Affairs Cobbot Noith Caro
lina, Niinn of Tennessi-e. R.iiney of South
Carolina, Townsrnd of Pennsylvania, Co
burn of Indiana, Morcy of Louisiana, llar
berof Wisconsin. Sincr of Virginia, Corn
ing of Missoiui. l.den ol Illinois, Adams ol
Education and Labor Monroe of Ohio,
G. F. Hoar of Muss.icliut-tls, '-""t of
South Carolina. D.irrall of I.cailsiana, Field
of Michigan, Cionke of New York, Mc-
1)1 1 of M e hnran. R.mier of Alaliama.
Storm of PcnnsWvaiiia, Whltcheail of Vir
ginij, (Hover of" .Missouri.
Itevn on ol ijiiws l'oianu oi eniioiu.
'.. R. Hoar of .Massachusetts. Lawrence of
Ohio, Duell of New Yoik, llaiber of Wis
consin, Pendleton of Rhode Island, Moore
of Pennsylvania. Cusmhi of Indiana, lite-
.r !.. 1.- XT. ..
pueil oi iii-oria, jm-ihiiiii iu ii-i.ih.i,
hnapp ot Illinois.
Coimire. Weights and Mcastucs Hooper
of iliissaeliiHctts, Houghton of California,
llarnier of Pennsylvania, liarrieru ot lllm-
iis. Wlllard ol .Michigan, inylor ot Indi
ana, Strait of .Minnesota, Mills of Texas,
llerrv ot Ohio, ucll ol uenrgia, asiio oi
Patents Cornier ot Jlicliiiran, Lames of
Rhode Island. Smait of New York, Clem
ents of Illinois-, Crulchlleld of Tennessee,
Dobbins of Now .terser. Savior ot Indiana,
Smith of North C.irolina.Sloss of Alabama,
Pnikcr of New-Hampshire, -Magee ot IVnn-
Public Rullihngi and Grounds I'latt ol
Virginia. Sessions ot New York, Killlngcr
of Pennsylvania, Spiaguc-of Ohio, Hersey
Strnit ol .Minnesota,
ol New lork.
Appropriations Garfield of Ohio, Halo Michigan. Savlcr of Ohio, Lultrcll of Call
of Maine, w newer oi in i,u.eiu oi forllia , Wliltchouse of New Vork.
rcnnsjiviinia, aiariswcuiiici m wuiiaii- .Mileage nuiury ol uiiio, incrv oi l enu
cut, Loughridgo of Iowa, Tyncr of Indl- tylVanla, Ray of Illinois, Ncsmlth of Ore
ana, Parker of Missouri, Marshall of illl- iron, Parker of New llauipihlic.
nois. Swann of Maryland, Hancock ot ) Accounts Rulllnton of Massacliu-
that the article quoted from had "squelch
ed" these papers
Texas. . . setts, Sawyer of Wisconsin, Hasklns of
He speaks, as Hanking and C"urrcncyTJlaynard ot Xew yoik, Wallace, .1 C Archer ot Mary-
from busi- cnm"r:c;. V, ,V.'lJ V!' fr r... I,u!,.1 .. . .
l-.xpeniiuuies ill ine rtnie i-p.uiuieni
. . , i ..r r I I .-...l.l. ..r I.-
panacea against all panics
lie takes pains to iniorm us, iioni j,cw York, Hawley of Connecticut, Hun-
" ness experience, and n practical rather ,PT ,,f Indiana. Phelns of New Jersey, Hub
" than experimental theory." If this busi- bcl of Michigan, Nllcs ot .Mississippi, Han-
ness experience Is Bound, if it Is combined " nZilKcnincky
Willi practical wisdom, and, also, founded () th pftcinc Railroad-Sawyer of Wis
upon correct views of finance, it is what cousin, Syphcr of Louisiana, klllengcr of
the country needs. Tho Senator, moreover, Pennsylvania, Houghton of California,
, .... Grockcr of Massachusetts. Wlllard of
is patnoue. lie acts sox.y or ins couu- - Corwln of im6Ui jIoi)in of
try's goon, regaruiesB oi nu semsii, per towi1i vc1I of Missouri. liarnum ot con
sonal or peeuulary considerations. He Is ncctlcut, Standcford of Kentucky, Cream
. i.. .i .i.i!.... t.. cr of New York. Neal of Ohio.
ILMUV U11U II 111111 U1I IIIIAIIUO H n(.l. . . . .... . .,
properly selected-that is selected for their ficu ,lis lltUe ot Ulis world's goods on I SfflSSrv
peculiar Illness to discharge the duties cn- tUe ttltar lf neeJ;j u. t0 tave i,is fellow Dunnell of Minnesota. Munn of Tennessee,
OUK .-MUlriTUDK OF COUSSKl
There is somewhat of truth In the old
saying that there is wisdom among a mul
titude of counsellors, as well as much ot
eiror. It depends, in a large degree, upon
tlie number of the multitude. Tho larger
the multitude, as a general rule, the greater
will be the confusion. Three or four men,
Packard of Maryland, Cobb of Kansas, St
John ot jNew loik, Morrison oi Illinois,
Lameson of Ohio.
Expendituies of tlie lieasiiry Depait-
ment Sypher of Louisiana, Snyder of
Alkansas, Phillips of Kansas, Schtimakcr
of New York, Southard of Ohio.
Kxpcnilitiues In the War. wcpailincnt
Williams ot Indiana. Lampoit of New
York. Cmtis of Pennsylvania, Hiii?lit of
Tennessee, Giddings of Texas.
Expendituies in tho Navy Depaitment
McJunkcn of Pennsylvania, llurrows of
-Michigan, Wells ol' Florida, .Magee of
Pennsylvania, llerndon of lexas.
trusted to them will devise wiser plans of dtlzeus from the dlicful effects of future Smith of Ohio, llurrows of Now York, Expenditures of tho IWolllce Depait-
action, better laws, and more appropriate pailiL.a. Indeed, tliat his motives may not El'n of Illinois. la milton of New York. met-llairy or 'Mississippi, Todij of Penu-
t,.,.!lnitni, tlinn n rnmmlttpn of fortv or . . ii .i , . .i Conuiiercc W heeler of New itirk, M-lvan a, .Me s ho New ork, W liltlliorne
legislation, than n committee ot lorl) or be mi9rcpre.,euted he aunounces that "prl- gawyer of Wisconsin, Conger of Michl- Tennessee, Young of Georgia.
Ilfly, or a "committee of the whole. Unc vate interests should give way to public gan, Hooper of Massachusetts, Negk-y of Kxpenditures in the Interior Department
constiuction of the saying, and one only, u welfare"- which Is, certainly, excellent Pennsylvania, Stannard of Missouri, Par- orr f Indiana, Woodworth of Ohio,
will convey the whole truth, and nothing doctrine, of which we have, somewhere, 90" f. i"' mir'n?' vhihnma ?UCl0l ;V'"lf 'Pi'L "t
Imt the truth. If the meaning Is that out
of u multitude of counsellors, some one
w III be found possessed of wisdom, oud that
out of all the propositions made by this
multitude one will lie found that will meet
tint u-qulrenients of the occasion, we can
all give n hearty assent thereto. It would
In- strange, Indeed, if out of such a multi
tude a multitude that could by any possi
bility be selected as counselling some wis.
doin should not be found, and some one
equal to the occasion. If, however, it is
intended to convey the idea that, a multi
tude of counsellors will, necessarily or pro-
hably, devise judicious plans or display a
united wisdom, then, wc think, the old
siw is decidedly out of joint in these latter
days. There may have been a time, way
back In the dim, misty days of the past,
even before the "earlier and better days of
tlie lepubllo" were dreamed of, perclianco
in some fabled Utopia, when multitudes
i iiuld glie wise counsel. Or, peihaps, the
uibiuator of the udago may have consld-
I'li-il "many" and "multitude" us synono
moiis terms, nnd believing, with a former
citizen of Rutland, that two, or tluce nt
the outside, were several, which he argued
meant "many," and, hence, that two or
time constituted a "multitude."
If this was the theory, then It Is conect,
otherwise we shall bo led to Infer that the
author of the saying never had the prlvl
lege of witnessing the proceedings of any
body like tlie United States Congress or a
American state legislature. These men
may bo called "counsellors," because they
mo elected as such, and there is certainly a
"multitude" of them. If It Is true, In its
literal sense, that there is "wisdom" In this
"multitude," It will prove an Interesting
study for the future lexicographer to de
line the meaning of "wisdom." What nn
Interesting field, too, Is thrown open for tho
Investigation of tho mcutal philosopher,
lA't them lake, for Instances, the sltnutlon
In Louisiana, and see what wisdom has
been displayed thereon. Tho first thing
ulmost, to confront Congress at its assem-
blagc, a year ago, the number of the dirt,
erent scraps of wisdom elucidated was only
limited by tho number of the "multitude
of counsellors." It commenced again on
the first day of this Congress, and tho wis
dom of the counsellors Is being dally dis
played. Instead ot bringing order out o
chaos, and Bottling tho troubles in this till-
happy state, every attempt at a Bolutlon of
tho dlfllrultles only makes confusion worse
read of, or heard mentioned befoie. Its
significance is found In tho accompanying
statement, that lie can understand how Ids
proposition may bo opposed by the public,
as well ns by "bankers," because hcJFerry,
hud some stock himself In one of tho
natlonul banks." Ho then proceeds with
his proposition, which Is nothing more or
less than to wipe out ot existence nil of tho
national hanks of the country. Iu lieu of
their bills, he proposes to issue a new sup
ply of greenbacks, and to keep on Issuing
them almost ci infinitum. Willi these
new greenbacks, the treasury department
Is to buy up or redeem Uulted States bonds
now owned by the several national banks
In the country, and deposited with the
comptroller of the curiency to secure the
edeinption of their bills. Ills iirgument
In fliippoit of this proposition sounds very
strangu to our ears. While confessing our
Ignorance of the Intricacies of finance, we
profess lo have a modicum of common
sense, and It Is common sense that we can-
not make accord with his argument. He
says that by the issuo of these greenbacks,
the bonds can bo purchased nnd retired,
and the debt of tho country learned by that
amount. Pray tell us If there Is any dlf-
feicnce In the Indebtedness of nn Individual,
n corporation, or the government, whether
Its obligation Is In mm foim or another
whether it is in one note for ten thousand
dollars, or in ten thousand notes for one
dollar each ' This is Ids great argument
and tho only one with which we have to
do to-day. We look upon It, nnd it seems
so evident that wc shall not take time to
consider it, ns a most dangcious movement,
looking to n perpetual Irredeemable curren
cy, and tho deferring, for years, of a re
turn to specie payment. The indebtedness
of the country Is not lessened thereby, tho
currency Is not regulated, 6pccio payment
is postponed, banking Is rendered unprofit
able, nnd except In largo business centres
borrowers and business men are placed at
the mercy of the most grasping and un
scrupulous money lender.
liKuciiKii. Tho editor of tho New York
Star says, "Wo bcllevo in Hcnrv Ward
lioectier. llio worm is ucuer lor mm.
Mankind Ii better for him, His example
kindles tho ambition of tho young, cheers
tho weary and comforts those in trouble.
Tho secret story of hl lifo would reveal a
wealth of sympathy unparalleled in tho
numuug biographies oi sainis, jiii gener
osities are fabulous. His kindness contin
uous, His benefactions Innumerable."
Willie of Texas Expenditure on Public lliiildings-Duell
Public Lands Townsend of Pennsy f Xuw York, Cessna of Pennsylvania,
vama, liunncu oi aunnesoia, wriu oi mu- snilth of uiiio, rr.itt ot town, McLean ot
ana, Mundy or uuio, aiorey oi ijouisiaun, Texas.
St. John of New York, Phillips of Kan- On Rules Speaker lllalne, Maynard of
sas, jimuiey oi aiiuuigun, iiuicium u, Tennessee, uarllcid oi unio, cox ot New
West Virginia, Herndon of Texas, Clymer York. Randall of Pennsylvania.
of Pennsylvania. Printing Donnan of Indiana, Hale of
ar uiauns i.awreueeoi umu, iia.io vuw Vork. Waildell ol North C'aiolna.
ton of Wisconsin, Cobb of North Carolina, Qii Library Frye of Maine. Monroe of
Kellogg of Connecticut, j nodlorii oi .now oiilo, Clymer of Pennsylvania.
1 orK, ncuuuer oi iiu jim , oiiiiiu m
Pennsylvania, Wilson of Iowa, Holmau
of Indiana, Harris of Virginia, .Morrison of
Postofllcea and Postroads Packer of
I'eansylvanla, Stowell of Virginia, Plait of
New York, Williams of Massachusetts,
Page of California, Danforthof Ohio, Cobb
of North Carolina, Cannon ot Illinois, Kan
dU of Pennsylvania, Head ot Kentucky
Atk ns ot j own.
Manufactures Farwell of Illinois, lla
thorn of New York, lilery of Pennsylvania,
Ransler of South Carolina, ricld ol Mlchl-
Enrolled Hills Darrell of Louisiana.
Pendleton of Rhode Island, Harris of
On Wednesday nftcrnoon, November 20,
says the Kentucky People, the cuso of
Richard Mcaux ngalnst Theodore H. Da
vtess had been concluded, so far as tho evi
dence mid Instructions to the jury were
concerned, and the ntlorneyj wcie consult
ing ns to whether they would address tho
jury or not. The attorneys for the plain
tiff were the Hon. M. J. Diuham and Kyle
A; Poston j for tho defendant, Messrs. (,',
A. nnd P. W. Hardin, nnd Hell & Harding.
A dllllculty had bc-i-u expected to aiise at
any time during tlie piogtes of the suit,
Inasmuch ns grave; question i of veracity
had arisen between Daviess, the defendant,
nnd P. II. Thompson, senior, the principal
witness lor, and the former agent of
Mcaux. Every day during the trial, had
been present, not only Thcodoie II. Da
viess, senior, but also his eldest son, Theo
dore, and his other sons, Larue and Eu
gene. During llio last and fatal day, Cald
well Daviess was also In the court house.
Of tho Thompsons, P. 11. Thompson, sen
ior, Join. H. Thompson, junior, and P. 15.
Thompson, junior, being attorneys iu large
practice fund tlie first named being tho
principal witness for the plaintiff,; wcie of
coiuse present during tlie whole trial, nnd
Dr. Daviess Thompson diirlug Hie last day
or two of the trial.
After tlie condosiun of tho evidence it
was concluded that no collision would take
place. About ! o'clock, however, this
hope was dissipated by the bloodiest and
most fatal encounter that ever orcurrcd In
Hnrrodsburg. Judge Wlekliffe being upon
the bench, nn.l seeing 15. P. Thompson, Jr,
leaving the com t room and the Davicsses
following him, said to the sheriff : "llring
these men back. Hut Hie order came too
late. Just then llring began. Tiie court
room was occupied by fifty or sixty per
sons nt the time, who threw themrehes be
hind the benches to avoid tho bullets that
began to lly In every direction, For sev
eral minutes their was an incessant fuslhide,
every other noise bring drowned by the re
port of the pistols. All tlie Davicsses and
all the Thompsons, live of the former and
four of the latter, used their weapons with
determined courage and peilinaeity. Out
In the Court House yard, Then. Daviess,
Jr , and P. 1!. Thompson, Jr., clinched,
each grasping the pistol of the other. Da
viess was thrown by Thompson, rose, and
releasing himself, ran thioiigh the north
side gite and toward the First National
Hank. When near the bank corner u shot
was fired at him, closing the fearful trug
glr. Tho following are Hie results of the
bloody conflict : ' Caldwell Daviess es
caped by leaping through the back window
of the court house, crashing through sash
nnd glass ns lie wcnt. Then. Daviess, sr.,
was shot through the heart, and fell lnidc
the court room, near tho doorway, dying
Immediately. Larue Daviess was shot
twice in the left arm nnd once near the
center of the bicast fell on the walk a few
feet fiom and iu front of the emit 1 house
door. Ho died in n few minutes. Theo.
Daviess, Jr., was shot In the ban 1 and
through the body, tho last ball entering nt
the lower end of tho spine and lodging in
tlie outer coating of tlie abdomen, whence
it was extracted by Dr. Abell. He died on
Thursday, Nov. '27th. Eugene Daviess
P. 11. Thomson, sr., received u flesh
wound in the thigh. P. ii, Thompson, jr.,
was slightly powder burned in the baud.
John; 11, Thompson, jr., was shot in llio
thumb of the left hand. A bullet passed
thiough the left hand breast of bis over
coat. Daviess I hompson received n shot
through tlie crown of his ii', one through
the lelt breast of his body coat, and one
thiough tlie waistband of his pants.
It is a singular f id that iu all Hie crowd
that occupied the court room not one was
Injured except Dud Robards, the jailor,
slightly across the hack.
Since willing the nboio wc hao been in
formed that Theo. Daviess, jr., n short
time before his death sent a messagu lo the
Thompsons asking their forgiveness nnd
forgiving them for tho bodily hatm indict
ed on him. An affecting incident occurred
not long befoie ids death. On cither side
of Ids bed stood two men who had been
bitter enemies. Addressing them he said :
You have been enemies j now shako
hands over my dying body," and so, by tho
bed of a bloody death, the two men became
f i lends. Theodore, jr., also said soon
after he was shot that the encounter was
brought on by the rashness of Lame ; and
ho begged his mother not to pioscculo the
case. Tho I hompsons profoundly ucpioro
the dire necessity which drove them into
Tho irreat democratic victories In NcwVoil:,
Ohio, Maryland and Virginia, the startling re
publican defeats In Wisconsin, Iowa, Kansas
and Illinois, foreshadow the election ot a dem
ocratic congress In 1ST4, and the election of n
democratic l'rcsldent In ISTfl The secret ot the
triumph already won has heen steadfast adher
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tho principles of tho democratic party. Tho
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party, It bore aloft tho Hag of the historic In
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tho democrats of Ohio and New York carried to
a glorious victory, hubvcrllng flrant majorities
ot a7,ooe and r.l.oio. A now career now opens
ueiorn uio iicmocrucy- uiuru yiuriuus nun nioru
henenceut than Its past caioer.ldcntllled though
that bo with tho rounding of tho tPtmtillc, Its
expansion across tho continent, Us half century
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MOlo ami .iliinu ipai lite, iu ii'-ui uie nouuiis
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Tin: SriiAUUKi.. Three gentlemen
naincJ 'William Sprague liavo served In
Congress. The eldest was In the House of
ltepicienlatives In 183(l-:!7, nml In IS 12
was elected a Senator from Itliodo Islaud,
serving two years. Ilu ilieil iu 1851.
William Spragiio a native ot lthodo Is
linUBier Ul UUUIII VU1U11U.I, I ivm ui il..ll- , , , r. . ... ,
gan, Whitley of Georgia, Woodwork of land, was a member of Congress from Mich
Ohio, Waildell of North Carolina, Wilson igan in 18J0-51. IIo died In 1SGG.
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Hereford of West Virginia, Cooku of fatal, its course Is long nnd painful, sonic-
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hoods, cups, shoes and mittens.
Long double Nubias nt ssc : worth 75c,
l'launel Sacks for Infants, misses aud ladles.
Alexander Kid Gloves In all shades and sl7es.
at 11.00 ; two buttons, fl.SB. A good Kid, slight-
ly damaged, at ioc.
A lull line, from tho cheapest, upwards. An
elegant chemise, tucked and embroidered bo-
hnm. ut Sl.oo. Drawers, lucked and embroider.
ed, ll.oo. six-tucked skirt, fl.oo. Night robes,
eorsei i-uvrrauim louei juvKeia ui unrKUius.
T I E S ! T I E S !
An elegant assortment In all tho latost stjles
and shades at astonishing prices.
Hlp-goro coi-sets In box, only C5c j sold clie
wliero at tl.oo.
shlelo's Imported woven H. t corset at 70C.
AlsoMadamo Toy's celebrated corset, laced on
llio sides, at ti.M.
A largo lino of Corsets kept consttaitly, at a
leivlnir nf fjl ner eniil.
Worsted patterns ot all kinds and designs.
A full lino al low llgures.
Woolen hotsery forludlcs,tntssosand children,
A lull lino of gloves, gauntlets and milieus.
Jewelry, Infants' wear, veils and veiling, rib
bons, and lion ers. llenulnii Lubln's perfumery
al toj j worlli tl.oo. Soaps, brackets, handker
chiefs, laco and linen collars, runilng and col
larets, and lots ot oilier goods, all soiling at our
universal popular prices.
Wo Invito all to look at the goods and prices,
without regard to purchase, at
Because we ofTertotho people our goods at
their true value, and because we have the luru
est, finest, and richest stock of floods cut of
fered for the money In Rutland.
It is Impossible to give ou nu Idea ot whoi
we can sell for 99 cents.
Among our great collection will be found:
such as, rolt Skirts, embossed, White Skirts,
full size, ten tucks, Chemise, lucked nud puned
bosoms, Night Dresses, Hosiery, all grades,
Children's worstod garments, with capes, fine
ly trimmed and In a variety ot colors, Hon
nets and Hoods, hand made.
Caps, Imitation Seal skin, I'ndcrguniu-nls,
(Hoves, and a variety ot linen goods, such
as npnius, luuie-eioius, iianuKercuieis, ,ve
HOUSE OltNAMENTAL OOODS.
In endless variety. Brackets sold for .', and
never before sold for less, we offer at 09 cents.
w o aro constantly nudlng useful articles and
novelties to our stock every week. Amongtlum
you will nnd this week, loo dozen Cents' I nder-
garments, a lorv-j cents, ine quauiy never be
fore otfered at tho price, Also, a very hand
somo solid Walnut corner Table, worth twice
tho amount we sell them for. Tho price Is onl) w
Hcmember our goods are all at tho uniform
prlco ot 99 cents.
nenuiorono or our lists, vi pages, uniiuu
will bo sure lo tlnd something 5011 must have,
while you can get tt at our low prices.
THE HOSTON 99 CENT STOItE,
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